One of our best-beloved old episodes, enjoyed by Arthur Danto himself.
What effect should the avant garde have on our understanding of what art is? We read three essays by modern, first-rate American philosopher Arthur Danto, all published in The Philosophical Disenfranchisement of Art (1986).
The episode starts off with some reflections about then-current events and responses to listener mail, which explain what we have against philosophy as a career.
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Running Time: 2 hrs, 13 min. Recorded: March 17, 2010. Participants: Mark, Wes, Seth.
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